The opportunity to be a part of a horse's life from birth to competition is unparalleled. To continue that journey to the upper levels of eventing is challenging, rewarding, and is the epitome of success in horse sport.
Eventer Edith Lee is based in Reddick, FL, just north of Ocala, on a beautiful 15 acre farm. Her goal is to breed quality American-bred sport horses for the upper levels of eventing, hunters, jumpers, and dressage. Edee has competed through the CCI3*L level in eventing, and has produced many horses to the FEI levels.
Edith "Edee" Lee is an equestrian professional with a focus on Eventing. Edee began her competition career with the local county fair at the age of 7, and was competing at recognized events just 2 years later. At the age of 14, she competed Preliminary aboard Ballycormac Petrocelli, and then became a member of the Area IV North American Junior/Young Rider Championships team the following 3 years. Together with her teammates, she won Team Silver and Team Gold at NAJRC, and then competed as an individual at NAYRC. After attending Carleton College and receiving her Bachelor's degree, Edee continued her riding career by producing another horse to the 3* level, the Thoroughbred stallion, Prince Halory. All of Edee’s competition horses have been produced by herself from initial backing to their first competition to their current level. If you’re interested in having Edee produce your young horse, please contact Edee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952.913.8646.
Limited boarding is available at Wake Robin Farm. We have a large 16 stall cinderblock barn with an air-conditioned tack room, multiple grooming areas and a wash rack. Riding areas include a large grass jump field and standard dressage ring, as well as a hacking/gallop trail loop and back gate access to Majestic Oaks Farm, which hosts a full cross country course Starter through Prelim, sand stadium ring, and multiple grass dressage rings. Please check our Training Services page for more information on our facility.
At Wake Robin Farm, top quality American sporthorses are bred and started under saddle that go on to every discipline. The enjoyment of backing a horse for the first time, after having watched it's first steps, and progressively moving on to galloping across the country and over fences is what keeps Edee going to the barn every day. Her goal is to breed a trainable, willing animal, with all the athleticism necessary for international eventing competition. Horses bred at Wake Robin Farm live their first few years on a 70 acre farm in MN where they grow up in a natural herd environment, and build their bones and ligaments on rolling, open country. Then they travel south to Florida to start their careers!